Subject to the conditions set forth in NRS 695B.251 to 695B.259, inclusive, the conversion privilege must also be made available:
1. To the surviving spouse, if any, upon the death of the employee or member, with
respect to the spouse and any child whose coverage under the group contract is terminated
by reason of such death, or if there is no surviving spouse, to each surviving child
whose coverage under the group contract terminates by reason of such death, or, if
the group contract provides for continuation of dependents' coverage following the
employee's or member's death, at the end of the continued coverage;
2. To the spouse of the employee or member upon termination of coverage of the spouse
while the employee or member remains covered under the group contract, if the spouse
ceases to be a dependent as defined by the group contract, and to any child whose
coverage under the group contract terminates at the same time; or
3. To a child solely with respect to himself or herself upon termination of his or
her coverage because the child ceases to be a dependent as defined by the group contract,
if a conversion privilege is not otherwise provided with respect to the termination.
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